Mobile gaming: missing the jackpot

Why are gaming companies missing out on ad revenues?

Yara/CF Industries: reap what you sow

Yara wants CF, but it may be tough to find big cost savings

Philips: ex uno, plures

Odd HealthTech synthesis stymies move to release value

General Electric: Imposing discipline

GE may need fuel, but it doesn’t need to overpay for acquisitions

Tate & Lyle: hard to swallow

Latest of three profit warnings comes from a worrying source

EMC/HP: one-stop shopping

Challenge of pairing two groups lies in valuation

An employee of Siemens Charlotte Turbine-Generator Center inspects the inside of a stator core, which is the stationary part of a generator's rotor system. Siemens state-of-the-art generator manufacturing operations include new-unit generator manufacturing as well as service repairs for steam turbines and generators. The Charlotte NC manufacturing facility was founded in 1967 by Westinghouse Electric Corporation to manufacture nuclear low pressure turbines. Siemens Charlotte plant is the primary service center for generator and steam turbine equipment in the Americas, and the lead plant for manufacturing new electrical generators. Internationally, Siemens AG is Europe's largest engineering conglomerate.

Siemens: Cheque out

Deal looks expensive, but the German group can afford it

Merck KGaA: Adrenalin shot

Investors’ hearts pumping as Sigma-Aldrich in life sciences area

Tesco: what would Jack say?

The grocer has added accounts problems to its list of woes

Rio Tinto's Iron Ore Output Falls 2% On Mine Closures...An undated handout photograph shows a bucket wheel operating at Rio Tinto Group's Pilbara iron ore mine in Western Australia, provided to the media on Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2010. Rio Tinto Group, the world's third-largest mining company, said second-quarter iron ore production fell 2 percent on scheduled shutdowns during the period. Photographer: Christian Sprogoe/Rio Tinto Group via Bloomberg 
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Iron ore miners: zombie economics

The living dead are good for movies, but bad for mining profits